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Nick Fox-Gieg Animation
http://fox-gieg.com

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Creative Commons licenses:    
Videos -- CC BY-NC-SA (attribution, noncommercial, share alike)    
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0
	
Code -- CC BY (attribution)    
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
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This is a Lib-Ray video collection, based on the Lib-Ray standard created by
Terry Hancock. It's designed to present HD video at a quality comparable to
Blu-ray, in an open format that plays in any standards-based web browser.


 >>> Here are some things you should know about a Lib-Ray collection:

[+] To watch the videos, open the index.html file in any standards-based
    browser--that means Chrome, Firefox,  or Safari, but not Internet
    Explorer. For the best viewing experience, put the browser in fullscreen
    mode.

[+] If you're not using a standards-based browser, or want to watch the
    collection using your own media player, the video files are all located in
    the "media" folder.


 >>> For more experienced users:

[+] Lib-Ray is constantly evolving. The source for this collection is at:
    https://github.com/N1ckFG/Lib-Ray

    ...and the Lib-Ray Project's main website is:    
    http://lib-ray.org

[+] You can also use a Lib-Ray collection as a template to distribute your own
    videos, and add functionality using JavaScript frameworks. Some popular ones
    you might want to try experimenting with are:    jQuery -- http://jquery.com
    Processing.js -- http://processingjs.org    Popcorn -- http://popcornjs.org

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